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Twilight Saga: Eclipse - The Score tops Amazon's list of pre-sales, and this week's FOXLight music release roundup, proving again anything that series touches turns to gold...or maybe platinum?

Night Work is the third album from the English duo influenced by equal parts 80's and Elton, Scissor Sisters...

A year since Michael Jackson's death and the vaults continue to empty...this time with The Jackson 5: Live at the Forum, which features two previously unreleased shows from 1970 and 1972...

The Indigo Girls go live too, with Staring Down The Brilliant Dream, 2 CDs of concert highlights from 2006 through 2009...

Two from the R&B tip: Love King, the third set from The-Dream...and the fourth release from Dwele, W.ants W.orld W.omen...

Also out this week...

3OH!3 try to capitalize on their top 10 hit single featuring Ke$ha with the full-length Streets of Gold...

EXPO 86 is the third album from, straight outta Montreal, Wolf Parade...

A couple of refreshing blasts from the past: Judy Collins delivers her latest folky collection, Paradise...and veteran singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb takes back some tracks he wrote for others and collaborates with Billy Joel, Mark Knopfler, Willie Nelson and others on new versions, on Just Across The River...

Smooth Jazz fans with no radio station to call home can rejoice with two new releases: Kenny G returns with Robin Thicke and Babyface for Heart and Soul...and 6 String Theory is a blues-influenced set from guitarist Lee Ritenour, with guests George Benson, John Scofield and Slash...

Street Songs of Love is the Tony Visconti-produced latest from critic's darling and punk D.I.Y.-er Alejandro Escovedo...

Pegi Young gets some help from husband Neil for her sophomore effort, Foul Deeds.

And on the Reissue Front...

John Fogerty celebrates the 25th Anniversary of his smash solo comeback Centerfield with an expanded remaster, adding on two B-side bonus tracks...

To Be Loved: The Best of Papa Roach looks back on their first recorded decade with hits, live tracks and acoustic versions...

And the Jazz piano side of Nat King Cole's career gets a look with Riffin: The Decca, JATP, Keynote and Mercury Recordings, a 3 CD boxed set of recordings Cole made under pseudonyms while making hits for Capitol under his own name.  Some feature Cole upfront with his Trio, others feature Cole as a sideman.

If you think things look a little different around here lately, you're right (and perceptive!). While you're tooling around the new digs, check out the great raft of podcasts we have here.  Many of them are FREE, like our very own FOXLight Podcast.  Check 'em out here.

In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!